gazunder

(gozunder)
n
a chamber pot. A perennial humorous euphemism heard in Britain and Aus-tralia, based on the fact that the un-nameable article in question 'goes under' the bed. By extension these words are sometimes used to refer to other un-named gadgets, containers, implements or contraptions.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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  • gazunder — ga‧zunder [gəˈzʌndə ǁ ər] verb [transitive] informal PROPERTY if you are gazundered, someone who has agreed to buy your house says that they will only buy it for less than the amount originally agreed gazundering noun [uncountable] * * * gazunder …   Financial and business terms

  • Gazunder — The word gazunder may refer to: *A chamber pot, so called because it goes under the bed; [cite news title=Going potty! work=The Bolton Evening News date=August 16, 2000 url=http://archive.lancashireeveningtelegraph.co.uk/2000/8/16/718335.html… …   Wikipedia

  • gazunder — 1. verb To reduce the offer price of a property after agreeing to a higher one (normally just before contracts are exchanged) 2. noun A chamber pot …   Wiktionary

  • Gazunder — When a buyer reduces his or her bid for a property before the transaction has been signed and finalized. If the real estate market is crashing, a buyer might offer less because he or she knows that the seller desperately wants to sell the… …   Investment dictionary

  • Gazunder — 1. chamber pot that goes under the bed; 2. (cricket) mullygrubber …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • gazunder — Australian Slang 1. chamber pot that goes under the bed; 2. (cricket) mullygrubber …   English dialects glossary

  • gazunder — ga|zun|der [gəˈzʌndə US ər] v [T] BrE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Probably from gazump + under] be gazundered if you are gazundered, someone who has agreed to buy your house says that they will only buy it for less than the amount… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • gazunder — To reduce an offer on a house, flat, etc. , immediately before exchanging contracts, having previously agreed a higher price. In a market in which house prices are falling, the unscrupulous buyer is aware that the seller will be extremely anxious …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • gazunder — Noun. A chamber pot. Named so because it goes under the bed. Somewhat archaic due to homes having internal toilets …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • gazunder — /gəˈzʌndə/ (say guh zunduh) noun Colloquial 1. a chamber pot. 2. Cricket a low ball. Also, gazunda, gezunder, gozunder. {contraction of goes under} …   Australian English dictionary

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